OTTAWA (NEWS1130) – Elections Canada is reviewing more than 31,000 complaints about robocalls placed during the May federal election campaign.
The agency says the complaints have been pouring in over the last few weeks as the result of MPs and political parties calling on the public to send information.

The flood began after it was revealed that Elections Canada was investigating an incident in Guelph, Ontario of voters being told to go to polls that didn’t exist.
The volume of complaints is so high, Elections Canada may end up calling in extra help — including the RCMP — to review people’s concerns.
The agency won’t comment on the specifics around the calls. It does plan to report to Parliament on the matter.